The ancient theater of Epidaurus is located in Argolida, in the archaeological site of Asklepieion, at about two hours drive from Athens. Visiting this area offers a unique experience. The theater is simply majestic, the landscape is peaceful and the feeling of space is unique. The ticket also includes a visit to both the museum … More Epidaurus ancient theatre
Something beautiful, original and very colorful happened in Athens last month. In one of the most central parts in the heart of the city, two of the most historic streets, the streets of Vissis and Kairis are decorated and pedestrianized. “Find Athens in the triangle” is the “call” that the City of Athens makes to the pedestrians … More “The Athenian Triangle”: The new colored pedestrian streets in the heart of the center gave life to the city
The 1821 Greek War of Independence, which lasted almost eight years, led to the creation of the modern, independent state of Greece. Its Christian-Orthodox inhabitants strove to separate themselves from over 400 years of occupation by the Ottoman Empire and to build on elements of language and history harking back to Ancient Greece. In the … More Zappeion Hall and the Olympics
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The Arch of Hadrian was built by the Emperor Hadrian in 132 AD in order to mark the limit between the Ancient Athens and his new city. The Temple of Olympian Zeus is one of the largest temples in antiquity (6th century BC), with 15 of its 104 columns still standing. According to the traveler … More Gallery: The Temple of Olympian Zeus and the Arch of Hadrian
The Corinth Canal is a narrow strip of land that connects mainland Greece with the Peloponnese. Take a break for o photo!